[Mccoypottery-talk] ebay seller wannabe

Vonda De Lorenzo mcpots@journey.com
Fri, 2 Jan 2004 20:22:01 -0500

Hello everyone!

I was a member of the old round robin and McCoy list where you told a littl=
e about yourself so people could know a little about us as collectors.  I'v=
e recently re-signed with this list.

I had a small booth in the local antique mall when it first opened and kept=
 it for about a year and a half until it started costing me money!  Also di=
d a few of the local shows, Midland and Mason, Michigan.

Anyway!  I got myself a digital camera for Christmas and opened a new accou=
nt on eBay to start selling.  Any suggestions out there for me on what to d=
o and not to do.  I was reading the discussion board re: Paypal and just ab=
out changed my mind.  I would also consider starting a web page for my "sho=
p", but am fairly sad in the design department.  Should I just down load th=
e one that Yahoo or MSN offer, do I need a "domain"?  What's the difference=
 between paying monthly fees or yearly fees to have the web site?

I think my local server told us we could have a web page when we first went=
 with them, but now can't find how to do it on their site or get them to an=
swer emails.

How did everyone else do it?  How much time does it take to maintain it.  H=
ow do you determine handling charges?  Shipping charges seem pretty straigh=
t forward.  Do you use just one source to mail?  USP, UPS, FEDEX????

Thanks to all!  Have a safe and happy New Year!


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